The MCTV Network and Midland Government
Television are the City of Midland's public and government access
cable television channels. Click on the links below to find out more about MGTV-188, MCTV-189, MPS-190, and MCTV-191.
MCTV Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday – 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Weekday evenings and some Saturdays for access users (by reservation only)
Midland Community Television (MCTV)
1710 W. St. Andrews St.
Midland, MI 48640
Midland's Public & Government Channels
To view MCTV programming online, follow the links below.
191-Community Voices - features non-commercial programs produced or submitted by
community members. Click here for a schedule of upcoming
189-Messages - a community message board channel. Residents and
non-profits located in Midland County may post MCTV-approved messages. There's a $25 annual
fee for this service.
188-Midland Government Television
- cablecasts programs produced or submitted by government agencies,
primarily the City of Midland. A message board about City
services is also cablecast.
MPS-190 Midland Public Schools
- news and information of Midland Public Schools. Find details school closings and cancellations details, event information, and more.
The above channels are shown on Charter Communications cable system in the city
of Midland and parts of the surrounding townships. Click here for more
on cable access issues.
MCTV Access User Training Training on how to operate MCTV's video production equipment and produce your own public access program.
Access User Fee Those who use MCTV’s video production equipment, submit programs for cablecast on MCTV
191 or MCTV 188, or submit messages for the MCTV 189 message board are required to pay a $25 annual fee.
MCTV Rules and Regulations City
of Midland rules and regulations for use of Midland Community Television (MCTV) public access cable channels and facilities.
Watch City Meetings
Online City Council and City boards and commissions meetings are videotaped to keep citizens
up-to-date and informed about local
government policymaking and
activities. Videos are cablecast on MGTV 188 and appear online via
on-demand streaming video. Streaming
videos dates back to late 2005.
"City in 15" Keep up-to-date on the latest City news, plus interesting segments about City services, programs, and events, in this 15-minute news magazine that appears daily on
MGTV 188 and via